Visitors enjoy live ‘next generation’ technology displays at Robotics & Automation Exhibition 

Nearly 9,000 visitors in search of ‘next level’ innovation attended this year’s Robotics & Automation Exhibition and two co-located shows – IntraLogisteX, the industry showcase for warehouse and logistics management solutions, and Sustainable Supply Chain Exhibition.

The two-day exhibition’s record crowd was treated to displays of on-show technologies designed to offer a practical response to time-consuming, costly operational practices. Held on March 19th and 20th, a number of the robotics demonstrations took place within a mock-up workplace, with the ‘bots’ revealing their beguiling capability to revolutionise logistics and warehouse productivity.

More than 250 exhibitors took a stand at this year’s three-part exhibition. Their array of future-ready solutions was accompanied by a conference programme involving more than 60 influential industry speakers.

An additional initiative at this year’s event saw the best-of-the-best on-show products included as part of an intriguing Innovation Trail. A true journey of discovery across all three shows, the Innovation Trail gave visitors a bespoke shortcut to people and products set to revolutionise warehouse and logistics operations.

Furthermore, ‘Meet the Buyer’ provided pioneering exhibitors with a unique, connective space to engage directly with solution-seeking buyers.

Stephen Brooks, Managing Director at event organisers Akabo Media, said: “We had our biggest-ever crowd attend our biggest-ever event. Having three shows under one roof added a new level of excitement to the Robotics & Automation Exhibition, which is established industrywide as an awe-inspiring showcase of technologies that will revolutionise the way businesses work. The success of this year’s event proves the manufacturing, warehousing and logistics sectors’ thirst for innovation is greater than ever.”

For more information on Robotics and Automation Exhibition 2025 and booking an exhibition stand, visit: https://www.roboticsandautomation.co.uk

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